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6 Life Areas Youre Avoiding: And 4 Ways to Face Them Head On by Ingrid Y Helander

Optimal Living Daily

05:48 min | 9 months ago

6 Life Areas Youre Avoiding: And 4 Ways to Face Them Head On by Ingrid Y Helander

"Six life areas you're avoiding, and for ways to face them head on by Ingrid Y Hollander of Ingrid why Hallander Ellum T. dot com? You might call avoidance being lazy unmotivated, depressed freaked out or disliking conflict. But if you are human, you probably know the warning signs when you start avoiding avoiding can become a way of life. If you're not careful robbing you of time relationship money fun and other pleasures here are few target areas and examples of voidance that I see in my office every day. Work Life. You're successful career requires consistent task completion, and suddenly you are online shopping. Crazy. Physical Health. There are two wasteful hours before you get ready for work and rather than going to the gym you roll over and go back to sleep. Relationship. Small disagreement happens and use sullenly walk away from your partner. Social. A friend's invitation weights in your inbox and you tell yourself you'll think about whether to attend or not later. Spiritual Your Yoga, Mat and journal sit in the corner and you daily pass them by. And? Financial. Six bills said in your mail pile. He said Masai knowing that a simple check could pay them tomorrow. Sound familiar. What's happening when you avoid and what can you do about it? Avoiding is seldom a fully conscious choice. Elizabeth Scott s explains this frustrating tendency. This way quote avoidance coping also known as Avoidance Coping Avoidance Behaviors and escape coping is a maladaptive form of coping that involves changing our behavior to try to avoid thinking or feeling things that are uncomfortable and quote. Basically avoidance is bitch will coping skill aimed at reducing pain that is reinforced each time you do it. Sadly. The more you avoid the parts of your life that feel uncomfortable. The more shame you're likely to feel about those parts of your life to shame intern causes more discomfort and hence more avoidance. If you tend to worry in are easily overwhelmed, it can be significantly difficult to simply face tasks and situations and do the thing before you is not your fault and is not a joking matter. Just do it is a great model for selling shoes, but it's not so easy for anxious people to implement. So. What can you do today to head on face those things in life you tend to avoid and do so without crumbling in a corner later Here four ways to face her avoidance had on. Now and very gently. Number one acknowledge avoidance without beating yourself up. So. Yes. Maybe you don't WanNa talk to your loved one about a particular topic. Perhaps you have not exercised or prayed or meditated in many moons maybe the bills are on the back burner your friends wonder if you don't like them anymore, this happens to the very best of people simply acknowledging own that part of you is avoiding with as much compassion for your human self as possible if you get very upset with yourself or anyone else in this process, stop breathe and offer yourself at least one moment of compassion. Number. To write down everything you imagine you'd like to do if you weren't avoiding. Off of the suggestion for a few reasons, some people feel like they are lazy or. When in reality, they're getting nearly everything done in fine fashion for people who are highly driven or perfectionist, but don't own this about themselves. One way of keeping on task is constantly telling yourself that you are avoiding things for others. There's so much shame beneath the surface. This exercise can help you get a glimpse of hidden pain and allow this part of you to be seen by you. Then you can access more help with a therapist to get feeling better. And finally you may just be so accustomed to avoiding that imagining moving forward in a more confident manner is a wild new concept if soul be much easier to move toward the picture that you create in your mind's eye using all of your senses so play using your imagination. For example, in my fantasy world i. Any bill, write a check and send it off. Take my wife's hand and talk it through when I feel stressed wake after eight hours of sleep hop in my Wesson and head to the gym. Just play with it. The purpose is not to make you feel guilty. This is an exercise to increase your creativity and curiosity. Let your body and mind enjoy the play and possibility of doing everything in a way you would like to do it. You may feel inspired ready to embody what you imagine or maybe the thoughts feel to threatening and cause increased. Shame. Conversely, you discover that you are in reality facing a large portion of life, but you habitually use the mantra that you are avoiding. Just notice and write down. Will you discover? Number three start with a small change in the easiest of the six targets. See found some area of avoidance and you can see how you'd like the situation to feel different. Great. Begin by choosing from your list of avoidance is just one little action. You can take thou fuel really terrific or at least good when it's done, make it one with just enough challenge to pursue but not so much challenge that it is emotionally overwhelming for you. You really want to succeed on the smaller items here. So feel free to break any task down into a smaller portion. Maybe, spend one minute meditating this week rather than entire yoga or meditation session. Perhaps, he do fifty push-ups before work. Instead of going to the gym, you could write your partner, a letter of appreciation or reply to a couple of work emails.

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"voidance" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on KCRW

"A key. Democrat has scheduled a committee vote later this week to authorize a subpoena of the full report and Muller's underlying evidence. And if that passes as it's expected to do New York Democrat, Jerry Nadler could use it to force the Justice department to turn over the report unredacted, Jessica Levinson is here to tell us about this even though it isn't Monday. She's a law professor at Loyola Law School and our regular legal. Hi there. Hi, happy Tuesday. Happy Tuesday to all right. So attorney general Bob Barr said he is going to release the mullahs report. But it'll be reducted and it won't happen until the middle of the month. So why aren't Democrats happy with that? Well, Democrats aren't happy with that. Because they want to see what's in those actions. I mean, they think that might be the really juicy part of the report so to speak. I mean. There's of an old saying when it comes to reading case law that all the good stuff happens in the footnotes. And the same is true. When it comes to redacted documents all the good stuff happens in the reductions until they think that might be where there's a quote, unquote, smoking gun, and or where we get more context about how Robert Muller came to the conclusions. He did and didn't come to the conclusions, for instance, on obstruction of Justice where he didn't. Okay. And so what if there is though some sensitive material in there that shouldn't be made public. I mean, that's what apparently Bob Barr in his attorneys are going through to make sure that there isn't anything that doesn't that can't be made public for privacy, concerns or security, concerns, or whatever. Well, then what we have is a fight about whether or not if the Democrats want to do this. We have a fight about whether or not the White House, and or attorney general bar can prove that there's a valid legal reason for the reductions, and I would say most of the time. Time when it comes to a congressional subpoena of either people or documents, these are really more political questions that have an underlying legal basis. You don't typically go to court and say to a judge tell me is this really valid executive privilege, but that might be actually what happens in this case because I think that democrat absolutely want to see the full unredacted report. And so if they turn general comes back with pages and pages that are essentially black, and all you can see is the words and the and maybe so. You know, you you you could absolutely have Democrats saying you didn't comply with the subpoena. Why are you a certain executive privilege in this instance? And we're going to go to court and see if that's a valid assertion or not. So they would issue the subpoena, and then they would get the redacted report. And then they would sue or would it be? They issue a subpoena. And then the Justice department would say, no, we're not complying, and then they'd go to court. Well, so I would say one is we are in somewhat uncharted territory with respect to the subpoenas in the report certainly congress has the power to subpoena. We know that and we know it's been upheld by the supreme court, but we haven't had a situation where there's been a special counsel under these new regulations and a special counsel report. And then potentially an attorney general and the White House exerting executive privilege. I think what would happen is congressman Nadler would say where issuing a subpoena, and there will be some free. Frankly, kind of political discussion or more of a compromise. Where attorney the attorney general would say, I told you you're getting something it's gonna be before Easter can you hold on? And look at what's redacted. And then let's try and sort that out. So it really depends. I think on how patient the Democrats are doesn't seem like they're very patient is that seem like they're very patient. But they know that politically speaking, I think the attorney general really telling brilliant by putting out that four page, quote, unquote, summary or principal conclusions quickly because that's all we have. And it's all we've been able to talk about and Democrats want to change the narrative, and when I have more information for both investigation, and of course, for political purposes. All right. Let's turn to another story in the news. The supreme court yesterday ruled against a death row inmate in Missouri. And the man said that his execution by lethal injection would cause him quote severe harm and suffering because he has a rare disease the opinion five four revealed some deep rifts among the justices about two other death penalty cases it recently decided so tell us about this first case that they decided yesterday, and then these other two well a case they decided yesterday was really interesting case dealing with the eighth amendment prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment. And essentially there was a death row inmate. And he said I have a genetic disorder and based on the lethal injection cocktail that you use. I will be subject to excruciating pain to something akin to torture. If you use that to put me to death in the supreme court in five to four majority written by Justice Neal Gorsuch said well. Even though this is going to be painful. There's nothing in the constitution, which says that you can't have a painful death, and you weren't able to point to an alternative, and so they denied this request. Okay. So that went to the cruel part that the voidance of cruel and unusual. It doesn't mean the avoidance of all pain. Exactly. And I think that there's been an enor-. I mean, it's important for listeners to know there's been an enormous amount of criticism of this particular decision. I mean, people have said that we will read this case along with you know, vilified cases like cases that said separate, but equal is acceptable. And people have said that this absolutely turns the eighth amendment prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment on its head. And I think that would absolutely shows is the court moving to the right? We've talked a lot about the difference. That Justice Anthony Kennedy's absence makes on the court. And I think that we see it here with this five to four majority. And what about these other cases? What does it say about the court, and it's right word leaning. These will be the death penalty or the other two cases we have is very interesting potential flop essentially, there was a February case where the supreme court denied a request by a Muslim man to have his imam present while he was put to death. And then just last week. We have the supreme court granting estate granting a request by Buddhist man to have his Buddhist minister president while he's put to death, and there was an enormous amount of fighting both in those cases. And in the case, we just talked about where the supreme court was kind of talking about what what's the difference between the case of the Muslim, man. What in the Buddhist man, which really interesting is just as cavenaugh actually wrote separately to say, no, no, I can think of a principal difference. It's that the Muslim man waited too long. People are kind of looking at it saying, are, you sure is that really the reason there? I think what it shows is. The course having some growing pains, they're moving to the right. But it's not always gonna be consistent. It's not always going to be pretty it's not always going to be at the same pace that everybody wants Jessica Levinson teaches law at Loyola Law School, and she is our regular legally go here on press play. Thank you. Thank you. Coming up Benjamin Netanyahu could become the longest serving prime minister in Israel. The election is next week Matignon who has redefined is really politics. He learned how when he lived in America when we return, we'll talk live then..

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"voidance" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"You know, they're jaws are dropping wait what about margin? What about it was the best decision? We ever made completely changed the game for us. So that kind of idea came out of someone nothing afraid to say it, and I think when you create an environment where people trust each other. You can do things that you've never expected to do before. This idea of courageous conversations is interesting, and I wonder if there are any hallmarks or signposts, I guess to help people find what the difficult conversation or courageous conversation thing is something that's come up. A couple of times are the markers of that is is it just like something, you know, needs changing. But you don't want to address like is that it, basically? Yeah. I think so I think you kind of know you're supposed to be talking about this. But you just for whatever. Yeah. Nursia sometimes a lot of times just voidance because it's painful, and it's hard like when David White tells a story he talks about his daughter stopping up the stairs and him coming going into a bedroom with a Cup of tea and saying let's just talk about this because we asked him that are so how. Do you have a greatest conversation? And his first thing is changed the conversation that you're in change the conversation that you're in. And it really makes a lot of sense. Whether it's a personal thing people came back from I had one guy that team came back from this session with David White. And it was a great decision because he was it was time for him. He decided that he was going to retire because it was a conversation. He had been avoiding having and he sat down with his wife. And so it was touching. You say is that good or bad? How does that help the business? Well, actually, da is because that allows you to get new talented. Yeah. I mean, so I I kind of look at that. And it's hard with cultural change, right? Because you can't there's no ROI you can directly put on these kinds of things except that you're changing the mindset of a company so that they're prepared to deal with future. That's way, less certain way, less known than in the past. Right. And to me, that's that's sort of CEO's should be doing. It's seems like something that's true. Not just in business, but like in any set of relationship. Like its businesses. Sedimentation ships to that the more you let stuff build up it has weird downstream effects and blockages the probably don't think about. So like ING something under the rug isn't just whipping something under the rug. It's like creating a creative blockage. Elsewhere that as a huge impediment and just avoiding those systems, whether it's conversation otherwise systems for voiding, those kinds of blockages or key. Yeah. Totally. I mean, I think that's it. And I think it's it's you're right. It's just kind of it's kind of a system, and you know, technique to what I learned with that is, you know, not just the courageous conversations in effect that you're having with someone else. But the one that's the ones that you're not having with yourself like that self reflection and even getting the members of my team, it Schnell to sort of think about where they are was incredibly helpful. So I had one guy, for example, who was in marketing, really talented marketer, but his his love and his strength was in the creative process. And I I think I kinda see myself and him and sitting down and ask. Him. Have you had this conversation with yourself? And then eventually him sort of feeling to me, the I'd love to be creative and moving him. And he's now the creative director of the fragrance and beauty area and watches and fine jewelry. So I think these conversations can apply to so many parts of our lives giving people that nudge seems like such a gift, you know. Yeah. How do you think about this introspective process? I guess now versus you know, the rest of your career. I'm always interested by by how that changes through time. We met through the Varghese and Boyd and family are sort of my spirit animals when it comes to this topic. So I'd love to spend a few minutes here on I think about introspection. You know, it's interesting for me. It's always been I guess always since I had a coach at the gaps and not always always..

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"voidance" Discussed on Spit

Spit

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on Spit

"And that's one day. If we learn a know enough about the t we can develop at a treatments so with more science, we have a better explanation. We will hopefully tend to blame people less but also develop new ways out of addiction because of our new insight. Yeah, I mean, I think to people that are working in the area of the biology of addiction the idea of blaming the the patients is is nothing. We even talk about anymore because nobody thinks that way in the medical community and the research community, but I think you're exactly right. That by doing this kind of research, we come up with really concrete examples that maybe some of your listeners and other people can relate to that demonstrate how not everybody's dealt the same deck of cards. Not everybody goes into these situations with the same strengths and weaknesses, and therefore some people are very vulnerable to these substances, which are prevalent in our society, and that shouldn't be seen as a personal weakness. That shouldn't be seen as something that they are blamed for that should be seen instead as as of Ulmer ability that they have that we all as a society need to help them to avoid, ideally. And if if voidance fails then to deal with and recover from as Sandra looted to one of the one of our hopes personally is that this biological understanding might lead to novel treatments might need to new ways that we could intervene. So that somebody who's trying to remain absent Anders trying to decrease or completely stop drug. Use would be able to do that more easily because we would actually be able to say, look, we're going to do something that's gonna change the biology of your brain in a positive way in a way that makes these drugs less tempting or the inner drips this kind of compulsive tendency to seek an use the drugs. In fact, we should be treating mental illnesses in the same way that we're treating medical or physical conditions. Yeah. And as you said, you know, no one chooses to have a heart attack. And I think that's. Such a powerful metaphor. We don't choose to break our bones. We have accidents. But to see these in the less, judgmental scale and more of this is part of what it is to be a life form. This is to be human constrict away, some of the factors that inhibited from from approaching each other with compassion and with actual answers such a stigma. I agree. And also, you could say that it's a mistake for somebody who to have taken the drugs in the first place, and it's a mistake for somebody to have allowed themselves to progress down a road towards addiction, but we've all made.

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"voidance" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on Good Life Project

"Exactly. Because I think that you can't avoid everything like the cause. Social anxiety is really fed and watered by voidance whether that's over or the covert. And so as we go through life and get older, we can't avoid everything. And so just just incidentally, we're going to learn, we're going to refute the two lies of anxiety, which are that. The worst case scenario is definitely going to happen like the the worst, whatever. Are anxious. Brains can come up with is a foregone conclusion. That's one lie and the second live social anxiety is you can't handle it anyway, that whatever situation life throws at you, you're going to be unable to cope. And so just just getting older and living our lives. Again, we can't avoid things. And so we're going to slowly accumulate this evidence that, oh, wait. The worst case scenario doesn't usually happen that usually people are friendly and things were benign, and I ask for help and I get it or that people are happy to do favors or Bs questions, or start a conversation or hear about me and that even if things do not go perfectly or even well, you know, I can cope. I can handle it. I can. I can reach out and talk to somebody who I love and trust in and they can give me a pep talk, or I can figure it out if things don't don't unfold according to how I thought they were going to, or even if things go really wrong, I can. I can take some time out. And do some self care and bring myself back. And so we learn to refute those two lies just by getting older, but but ups Lutely if we can be intentional about it and try to think of some things that you know, maybe if I could conquer civil fear this little fear or or just do even do it on the fly. Like I could just like your story. I could either go sit, eat lunch alone, or I could go join this table..

"voidance" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on Slate Money

"But my when you're talking about the decision voidance vase is like this scandal is always say, the scandal isn't what's legal scandal is what's legal. And I think this is the reason why buybacks. Illegal because like there's no reason not to just pay a high dividend, declare a special dividend or something like that. The only real reason to do it fire a buyback is is to do like these back-door pay to senior executives and to avoid Texas the stock price to get to a trillion dollar valuation. It's not actually pumping. Well, it does. No, no, no. Okay. This is actually gets really complicated. When you start to talk about the actual effect of stock buybacks on either. If you're talking about earnings per share or share to a certain extent, the math just seems very similar like, well, of course it's going to increase is going to increase that, but you aren't taking a million other things such as the fact that now you actually have less cash on your balance sheet. You've now if you've increase leverage, you've also increased risk of the company. There are a lot of things that go into this. It is not as simple as there's actually a tremendous amount of evidence that shows that this is not as simple as people state. And this again, I want to. I looked at the evidence and the evidence seems to show that if you spend the begin dollars, but by bags. You'll market cap does go down by billion dollars. It goes down by about eight hundred eighty million dollars and you've actually increased your Monka. Cat eventually increased the value crazy about twenty million dollars. So like you are increasing stock price to a certain extent often, yes. But part of the reason that the stock price is going to go up is because the shareholders are saying, well, you did not have anything more profitable to do with this cash. So instead of wasting the cash on empire, building activities wasting on raises fuel workers. So okay, I I wanna just and I'm not going to try to repeat myself here. I wanted to get this found it very telling. One company I think mentioned either by Annie Lowrey and her story in the Atlantic or in the report Caterpillar is planning a billion dollars in buybacks, and has his also laying off hundreds of workers. Caterpillar also hired a number of workers last year reason. Interesting. The reason that Caterpillar is doing that as caterpillars going through reorganizing of their company since about two thousand fifteen and what they're doing is there are a number of divisions that are kind of closing or they're moving to other plants. So it's not just as simple as or if we don't get to do committee Hines because that's that's the that's the three g you know, slashing ultra-capitalist, you know, Warren Buffett, Bank back resilience who coming in firing, a whole bunch of people and spending billions and billions of dollars on buybacks. And it's just it's, you cannot find a pure encapsulation of cap. Title benefiting the expensive labor tell. I actually had a relative who worked at Kraft Heinz during the three g. So I'm a little biased on this one. So I'm not a fan of what three g did not because theoretically, but in terms of what they actually did, I think that they're not making very wise decisions. And this is when you're talking about buybacks, it's not. That is always good. A buyback is good if that is just like any corporate finance decision, if that is the best way to use your company's capital. And when you're talking about the way wages are set, I know it sounds horrible, and it sounds like, well, I don't understand you have more money. Why can't you just increase wages? Because you're also going to be skewing the market in a lot of ways. Mocha you skewing. If you raise wages, your competitor kinda has three. Yeah, that's good and with WalMart and target just recently. So why would this all? I guess what we might be saying here is that this is the kind of queuing. Market that we could use a bit more of. Okay. So let's let's do a little thought experiment here. So I'm a company and I decided that I instead of using my cash in the way that might be most efficient. Instead, I'm going to give significant increases in wages. Now giving some increases in wages might make sense. I mean, give significant much higher than the prevailing market, which, so what's going to happen?.

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"voidance" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Regarding Shogren syndrome Any anything they scribe for that especially since I'm on Tamaki from for breast. Cancer that, could actually make things worse, you know as our caller said previously this is to maximum. To hormone blocker and things that block hormones tend to dry you out and syndrome is a dry and dry. Mouth and, Frank outdraw, mucous membrane condition so yeah, I mean in addition to aging menopause, you, got kind of a triple. Whammy. Hey you're from Minnesota Scandinavian background there German heritage okay well you know it's kinda close. You know, show grin, it's really spelled in weird, ways s j with the o- with, a, little of whom loud over. It And it's Spilled the Swedish way because the show grin was a guy in Sweden who first discovered it often occurs in Caucasians from northern Europe and Minnesota's a place where a lot of folks from Norway and Sweden migrated to back, in a, I guess was the. Nineteenth, century okay so things. That, help well it's an auto, immune condition and I often recommend a paleo diet in relation to, autoimmune conditions, like lupus. Rheumatoid arthritis I think that. Works well we've done several interviews, unintelligent medicine With folks who propose a paleo diet approach to auto immunity Amy Myers among them she's written a book about auto immunity and a couple of other interviews about the paleo diet, for auto, immunity that means a. Void, of grains voidance of. Dairy, of widens of even legumes, and pretty much subsisting the way our pelia Luth again sisters did, before the, introduction of. Modern food lots of fruits. And vegetables their permitted that's fine Perhaps eliminating the Nightshade vegetables, which can cause problems for, some people. Joint problems I also recommend that we take a look. At the gastrointestinal, tract because the microbiome maybe determinant whether you get autumn unity and, in particular when you have leaky gut syndrome or gaps in your, intestinal barrier Toxins and food allergens can penetrate into your tissues that should be kept out find intact gut. Barrier so, leaky gut syndrome we would. Treat that with probiotics we would treat..

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"voidance" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on PTI

"Talk about the warriors for second the reigning champs lost by forty last night to utah forty with kevin durant with klay thompson and with draymond green the dubs loss of the pacers last week by twenty and a week or so before that to the pacers at home by eleven and the weekend before that to utah by nineteen the warriors lost somewhere in there to the kings now apologists point out that the dubs by letting utah win last night by forty setup playoff voidance of said jazz and okay see tony are you gonna make the really dumb lame case that last night's minus forty constitutes a good loss i'm going to be very brief here does not constitute a good loss it constitutes a great loss constitutes perfect laws the warriors tanked and they tanked deliberately steve kerr met the media before the by ten they think if you're going to take tank big don't give yourself a chance steve kerr met the media beforehand and he acknowledged that if that if that team lost they would avoid russell westbrook who is the one guy in a legal can beat you by himself in a series and they would avoid utah which for some reason as their nemesis here thirty forty yeah so i mean it was it was the strategy you always talk about strategy we always talk about tanguay tanked and the reigning champs i know you think magic and bird michael jordan shack and coby ever needed to talk anybody when they were champions the golden they pass rate player like steph curry yes.

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"voidance" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on PTI

"Talk about the warriors for second the reigning champs lost by forty last night to utah forty with kevin durant with klay thompson and with draymond green the dubs loss of the pacers last week by twenty and a week or so before that to the pacers at home by eleven and the weekend before that to utah by nineteen the warriors lost somewhere in there to the kings now apologists point out that the dubs by letting utah win last night by forty setup playoff voidance of said jazz and okay see tony are you gonna make the really dumb lame case that last night's minus forty constitutes a good loss i'm going to be very brief here does not constitute a good loss it constitutes a great loss constitutes perfect laws the warriors tanked and they tanked deliberately steve kerr met the media before the by ten they think if you're going to take tank big don't give yourself a chance steve kerr met the media beforehand and he acknowledged that if that if that team lost they would avoid russell westbrook who is the one guy in a legal can beat you by himself in a series and they would avoid utah which for some reason as their nemesis here thirty forty yeah so i mean it was it was the strategy you always talk about strategy we always talk about tanguay tanked and the reigning champs i know you think magic and bird michael jordan shack and coby ever needed to talk anybody when they were champions the golden they pass rate player like steph curry yes.

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"voidance" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

"Right and that's what drives me insane like pita i told you guys we're gonna get me on a rant you calls this rachel so brought my snacks joseph and join the show and that's what drives me insane about place like pita pita has one of the highest kill rates in their shelters ever like eighty plus percent kill rate and they're against e collars were a lot of those dogs they had put down could have been fixed rehabilitated rehome with the proper use of other training tool such as ecotourism prong collars pita says as those are cruel devices so we would rather hill the dog and stead of us one of those mean devices that's like how crazy and governments it's not just pita that's that scotland a saying that you k parliament or whatever the fuck they call it over there maybe that's what i don't know that's what they're saying is these these devices are so cruel and and humane that killing the dog is a better solution than using low level stimulation help work the dog through this and go over overcome their issue is that's literally what they're saying they're just so ignorant so stupid that they don't know that they're saying that so rachel i hope that answers question jesus good to be that on cover and we follow that lord you covered it miranda has a question i wanted to touch on how would you guys work with the dog who is showing voidance example when work in with look at me he specifically looks around voiding all i contact no matter what i would say guys don't mind go first on this one so i don't lose my train of thought i would say that you have to listen to your dog he's he's telling you something now i know that that that sounds insane but there's a reason in you just it's a puzzle you know miranda you just gotta figure out the the missing piece to the puzzle and i promise you it's probably something extremely simple it could be simply enough that the the h vr that you're using doesn't hold high enough value when you're working on the look at me command do you know if you're using kibble and your dogs a slow eater and you know maybe he leaves some of his food during brechfa.

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"voidance" Discussed on I Do Podcast

I Do Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on I Do Podcast

"In tibet aspect of the relationship one is desire problems lack of passion or boredom kind of thing and then the last one really is sort of negativity which can get as far even hostility and that's more of a relationship issue i think but that can be a trap for couples to i'm sure these things are resonating with our listeners probably one of them if not all of them why not all right or dabbles of each one yeah i mean common is are we can always improve even if you think you're kind of good in one area there's room for improvement so why don't we start with a voidance in how can we talk about sex yeah so you know some of the signs that that you're struggling with voidance in your relationship is well it's probably kind of obvious but people that stop going to bed at the same time right or somebody they're not talking about sex at all or one person tries to bring up the conversation about sex that the other one is able to divert or deflect it or something like that it's also important to be looking like are you know are you having any sort of sexual problem or concern that then results in a void because it's pretty typical if a couple of having sexual dysfunction or some of the way that they're feeling disappointed that if wins is gonna set in right so those are those are some of the signs that that a couple of gotten to a place of voiding their sex life instead of tackling it head on in how can someone one partner is probably feeling defects of.

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"voidance" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The temptation to falsely inflate deductions or expenses on their returns in order to pay less than what they owe or get a bigger refund the irs has taxpayer should not overstate deductions including charitable contributions at business expenses or improperly claimed credits such as the earned income tax credit or child tax credit the irs as it has committed to stopping abuse of tax shelters and other tax voidance games and the people who create them taxpayers must avoid products that sound too good to be true or use offshore organizations to hide their money or income i'm anne cates you wlsam 890 hand alexa our best friends w now pass is my biassa with your wls scale on your alexa and you will have us at all much his beck and call and we are back i'm joined now on the phone by charles woodson professor of political science university chicago regular contributor roker politics and author of zip dialogue dot com which is a compendium of the day's news at events charles thanks for joining me thank you so let's talk about this stormy daniels situation she is back in the news this has been going on and on for the better part of a a couple of months now news that she apparently signed some confidentiality agreement nondisclosure agreements just a few days before the 2016 election and received in return one hundred thirty thousand dollars which was paid to her by michael cohen who is a new one of you know donald trump's closest confidante season executive vice president of the trump organization is a lawyer sort of serves is one of trump's you know righthand men is not currently member the administration but nevertheless and and there's been a lot of talk about this charles is now saying you know she's gonna break this confidentiality agreement she says it's it's nolan voice trump never signed it there was also some discussion that that michael cohen said he'd won an arbitration agreement stormy daniels is hire lawyers oliver tv now saying that's that's completely wrong apparently they tape some interview sixty minutes did with our that is going to air soon reducing articles about are all over the place what are we to make of.

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"voidance" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on KOMO

"Model with that oval shape instant pot telling abc news and its customers that they will provide next steps about replacements shortly but the company has not issued a recall is all but there's a lotta great family meals the the safety of homes hookers on the minds of many after a recent episode of a popular tv show portrayed a malfunctioning fictional crock pods setting fire to a popular characters home he's smoked crock pot clarifying in a statement for nearly fifty years we have never received any consumer complaints similar to the fictional events portrayed in fact the safety of our product renders this nearly impossible as for vanessa she wants to this scare with her instant pot to be her last i don't know and i enjoy how the food but not as much as i enjoy the safety of my family voidance in says they are cooperating with the us consumer product safety commission and tells abc news they take any problem with their product extremely seriously but customers are frustrated because one even claims that it's been months since they brought this issue to their attention and still no recall abc's gio benitez with that story six forty four now our komo aaa traffic we do that every ten minutes for you in here's marina rockinger northbound i five heavy from just south of highway 16 really seeing a sea of brake lights now as you head up past the city citycentre exit we are looking slow southbound one six seven out of sumner to pacific on rough in auburn just north of highway 18 up to about two seventyseventh northbound i five that's going to be heavy as you head from about two 72nd passed the 516 interchange northbound 405 proud of through renton up to the kenny kenneydell hill northbound i five is slow from midboeing field into downtown seattle really struggling southbound 405 from alderwood down through bothell uh there was a blocking problem near tunique 228 that's cleared out of the way southbound i five is heavy from about one sixty forth in lynnwood down through mountlake terrace your next look.

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"voidance" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And of course he was far from that in terms of his corporate practices by any stretch how much is religion and do you think it a daytoday decisionmaking gurr contextual process actually really play a significant role in in terms of cheating nutty i wish i knew i we down after data on that we now for example in certain areas that people who are more religious are less likely to cheat in marriage weed out now whether natshi lesson corporate context for example oh a little more of our callers to what's on their minds donnas next on your on uh thank you for taking my call uh you spoke earlier about uh people who game the system and i'm wondering whether the jess believes that gaming the system within the rules counts as cheating i'll take my answer off the air all right thank you for the question done cerruti yeah well i'm pretty careful in the book to say you know to distinguish between for example tax evasion and tax in voidance nothing wrong with taxavoidance that's what we pay lawyers to do its invasion and dishonesty and fraud that is the subject of cheating and just the fact that people will exploit loopholes is a reason to change the system creates the loopholes but i don't consider at cheating sir for more of our callers let me go next to santa clara dean join us you on the air i is it really much worse now are we going to hell in a hand basket back in the guys you gaze of the 40s 50s step classes at civics boys and girls scouts and they used to talk about telling the truth is it really much worse now that we have is it because they don't have those kind of classes down civics it'd be a good citizen you know i don't think we really good longitudinal data to answer that question there was plenty of cheating in the forties and fifties in uh a just took different forms and in some ways was less visible than it now is but gets back to this fundamental question whether things will become were normalized in this realm rusell i think you know it's a context specific enquiry for example in.

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"voidance" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of addi pay the largest serb party payment act addi pay has five hundred trending million users which is about sixty percent of to own land population it's extraordinary to see this in china and i'm thinking about it in other countries in the world i mean you have partnerships in other countries sent you yes we working with local partners in some markets like india and thailand indonesia where mobile internet penetration raise high but the traditional banking institutions are not really serving the needs of ordinary people so they are what we called on the band population people are underpinned because traditional bank services are in costly because the operation cost is high and digital finance is low costs in fact euro freeing this service effectively free for the user here in china i am certainly struggling to understand the business model here you're even offering them a reasonably significant interest right on their deposits it seems like a very generous service you're just after market share right now is that was going on financials profitable and has thing profits both for a few years now i was in the small that full payment we charge merchants instead of customers quotas strayed vendors usually they will use person to person transfer when they have to take that money out of the alley pay account to their bank account they need to pay a commission but it's much lower than your regular credit card commission how do you explain this taking off so extraordinarily fast and extensively in this country specifically what did you think china's advanced she saw a more dark mark is you have a higher percentage of a credit card acceptance raids and when people i used to doing things a certain way it's harder and higher cost to educate them to transfer another way while in china people in the past few years have been using mobile phones do everything and the existing payment masire's are less mature one of the reasons the people stick to cash in most parts of the world i think is because that i want to have to pay lots of tax which in some countries can be very high that's an issue here i'm not that okay i get one of those types of voidance galea's on issue in china the bank that was mentioned in china the.

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"voidance" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on Talking Politics

"Axa voidance a lot of this stuff is not secret again it's within the bounds of the law so in this latest set of leaks his probably not that much that the tax authorities of uk and other jurisdictions i that didn't know already or couldn't have found out fairly easily through the existing information exchanges so this is much more one for celebrity gossip than actually for raising any more tax or putting people in jail for financial crime tributaries that back from these revelations in just look at the global toxics them on the many politicians who demanding for one for both ways a tightening up some idea that there is always money slushing around the world avoiding motivating bo voiding tax often is being made in one place but it just gets relocated for the sake of taking advantage of illegal tax regime what would it tight kind of international cooperation what kind of institutional reform to get a grip on this problem because i i tend to agree with you we could have one of these leaks every year to kingdom come yet and it's not really going to change the behaviour the counts so what would i think in some ways the problem is both easier and hotter than it's made out to be um it's easier because transparency as much more advanced in financial and fiscal affairs than it was ten years ago but it's harder because the problem was largely one of political will rather than tracking down secret information so going back to the bona you to example the tax story there is not ownership partnership of some lithuanian shopping mall it's the fact that all of you to use intellectual property was actually located in the netherlands to take advantage of favourable tax treaty now you to and far more on they music catalogue than i do in some small share of lithuanian shopping mall but because the netherlands doesn't have nice speeches in palm trees people dinosaurs yet it as being a tax haven again similar sorts of things in luxembourg an island and not least in britain.

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"voidance" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on KCRW

"By definition using the word of voidance aftertax means it's legal whereas using the word evasion means it's illegal so what's the difference gascoyne says shifting profits to a low or no tax country to avoid paying higher taxes at home is tax avoidance under us law as long as you keep the money offshore that's fine eve asia would be if they were to say patriot kamani and pay it out to shareholders bought not actually pay the taxes lawyer george turner is with the tax justice network a research an advocacy group focused on tax havens and offshore finance he says sometimes the difference between avoidance and evasion is not so black and white you may be kind of a vangere vary latter of the law above of the spirit of the law and the revelations of the paradise papers may push officials to crack down on those grey areas i'm amy scott for marketplace president trump as we know prods himself on being dealmaker in chief including as we learned day arms sales to foreign militaries today on the japan leg of his asian trip the president said the japanese could shoot north korean missiles out of the sky when they buy quote lots of additional military equipment from the united states that would bring the president said in this is also a quote a lot of jobs for us whether those jobs actually materialized following the sales is a whole nother thing those marketplace's scott song report from wash there's nothing new about framing arms sales as job creation it's one of many selling points along with diplomacy and military coordination with allies the thing is sales do not always equal more american factory jobs sometimes it's like the iphone designed in america assembled somewhere else in today's case by the japanese says mark can't see on at the center for strategic and international studies they developed a japanese version of the effort an and manufactured domestically united will provide engineering support from opponent but martyrdom in fact print done in japan still this president actively cheers arms deals to japan in this case in an a pass trip to saudi arabia and when this comes from the commander in chief it can can move.

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"voidance" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"voidance" Discussed on WTMA

"And that might cost you seven eight nine hundred dollars per month fifteen hundred dollars a month for husband and wife you need to factor that into the whole plan now here's one thing that came out of the affordable care act plan many baby boomers are like us is cool in my opinion i think it's bad but you can take advantage of it if there's anything that government is good at its writing legislation that's smart people can take it vantage of right right and in my opinion you take advantage of the law the way it's written and you get paying a nickel more in taxes this foolish the pursuit of tax avoidance is probably one of the most intelligent i forget who said this quoting was einstein or something the pursuit of taxes voidance is the most intelligent thing a human being could could pursue so what's happening is when you are retired at the age of sixty and let's say you have a tremendous amount of money and what's called non qualified money meeting money that's outside of an ira and all you were living on is that non qualified money while the governor it looks set you even if you have a million dollars a non qualified money in two million dollars in iras the government looks at you like your impoverished so your health insurance will be fully subsidised because you don't have any quote unquote earned income in all the government has the ability to look at is what you're earn income is and if you're living off of your dividends and interest or your living off of.

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